HR Advisor

Are you looking for a Human Resources role in a company with world-leading products and ambitious growth plans?  Do you have strong recruitment experience and want to make an immediate impact to the business?

About us

Oxford Instruments key technologies enable innovation in a range of markets and sectors. Working closely together with our global customers, our technology is used by the automotive industry to reduce engine emissions, scientists working to increase the range of electric cars and the performance of solar cells, and by the pharmaceutical industry to keep their patients safe.

Our NanoAnalysis business in High Wycombe provides market-leading tools and solutions that are at the forefront of materials characterisation and sample manipulation in electron and ion beam microscopes at the nanometre scale. Differentiating ourselves through innovation and ease of use, our technology delivers faster, more accurate analysis for research and industrial applications including semiconductors, renewable energy, advanced manufacturing, metallurgy, and forensics.

The opportunity

Our success is based on our people, and we now have an exciting career opportunity for a Human Resources Advisor to join our team in High Wycombe.

The Human Resources Advisor is responsible for delivering an efficient and professional operational HR service across the business with a strong focus on recruitment.

A true generalist role, you will build relationships with people managers and use your expertise to advise and coach them on a wide variety of people issues, from recruitment and development to employee relations and everything in between.

Due to our ambitious growth plans, the role will have a special focus on recruitment and you will be responsible for managing this from start to finish. 

Additionally there will be the opportunity to get involved in a number of projects within the NanoAnalysis business as well as as part of the wider Oxford Instrument group HR team. 

About you

Ideally possessing a CIPD qualification, you will have strong recruitment skills coupled with rounded generalist experience.  You will be comfortable communicating with all levels within a company and have a customer focussed, commercial approach to your work.  Proficient using a variety of software is a given as is excellent organisation skills. 


In addition to a competitive starting salary, structured career development opportunities, and a good work-life balance, Oxford Instruments offers 25 days annual leave, half-days on Fridays, private healthcare, a share incentive plan, a defined contribution Group Personal Pension Plan, and a flexible benefits package that you can tailor to your own requirements.

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